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Old 03-21-2006, 03:23 PM
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Default Between these Four airplanes for Imac and 3D as the best one

Between these Four airplanes what is the best for Imac and 3D to use .91 engine or 100 evolution


[link]http://ak-models.com/arfmodels/Cap232%20-%2060/cap232_60%20(1)_small.JPG[/link]
Wing span: 63.4in / 1610mm
Wing area: 702 sq in / 45.3 sq dm
Flying weight: 6.5lb / 2950g
Fuselage length: 53 in / 1340 mm
Engine Required: 2c 0.61-0.75 cu in or 4c 0.91 cu in


www.cmpairplane.com/Katana-50_Web.jpg

[link]http://www.horizonhobby.com/ProdInfo/SEA/450/SEA4000-450.jpg[/link]
Wing Span: 68.2 in / 173.2 cm
Overall Length: 60.6 in / 254 cm
Wing Area: 753 sq in / 48.6sq dm
Flying Weight: 8.4 - 8.8 lbs / 3.8 - 4 kg
Engine Size: .61–1.00 2-stroke; .91–1.25 4-stroke
Radio: 4 channels minimum
Servos: 6 servos required
[link]http://www.horizonhobby.com/ProdInfo/SEA/250/SEA1025-250.jpg[/link]
Wing Span: 63.75 in (1620 mm)
Flying Weight: 8 - 9 lbs (3.6 - 4.0 kg)
Engine Size: .61 - .90 (2-stroke), .91 - 1.20 (4-stroke)
Radio: 4 channel
Servos: 5
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Old 03-21-2006, 03:40 PM
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Default RE: Between these Four airplanes for Imac and 3D as the best one

Anyone one of them will easily do the IMAC basic sequences but if you plan to go into the higher ranks then the Cap or bigger Edge would be better

In all honesty. Seagul make a very nice Extra 300 that would be the best choice.

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